[img] Lost and found!


Today I made a discovery. My little brother Josef is going to Taize in France and wanted to lend a camera. I gave him my good old SD10 and when fiddling with it I found a CF card that I thought I had lost! :D So here we have some of the containing images. It’s from earlier this summer. SD14, 70-200 and Lightroom 1.1

About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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5 Responses to [img] Lost and found!

  1. spalbird says:

    For the boy you seem to be too far away (200mm??) and for the girl too close (70mm??). Looking at the pictures I fee you tell the story upside down. After playing so actively they should be tired in the end, not in the beginning! Every pic is a real treasure. Congratulations!

  2. Too far away? :) Not sure I understand. and the girl too close? hehe.. Maybe it’s different shooting style we’re talking. And as far as any story goes, this is what it was. It might look revers but it’s reality. :) And now, finally I think colors are a tad better. I was re-working all images and found it to be tricky. I’m thinking my Lacie monitor might have some problem. mmm difficult to know when black is black (more than looking at levels)

  3. spalbird says:

    I think you didn’t get it – the boy is looking through the field glasses the way they were planned and as he is looking at you most probably far away. The girl uses the glasses in a wrong way – you are either tiny like a ant in her eyes or actually very close to her :)))

    As I can’t afford a LaCie I only have an Eizo. If you see other’s peoples pictures in good colors on your screen your pictures could be in good colors on other’s monitors, too. Always use sRGB as most browsers are not color managed.

  4. thanks spalbird! sorry for being so stupid! :P so it looks ok on your side?

  5. spalbird says:

    Definitely yes!

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